Everton outcast Kean reveals his transfer preference

Lewis Oldham
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PSG loanee Moise Kean

Everton forward Moise Kean has revealed that he would prefer to stay at PSG rather than return to Everton, according to reports.

After progressing through the ranks with Juventus, Kean joined Everton in August 2019 for an initial fee of €27.5m.

The forward struggled to hit the ground running for the Toffees as he only scored four goals from his 37 appearances across all competitions.

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Kean joined PSG on loan at the start of this season. He has impressed since making the switch as he has 16 goals from his 35 outings.

French outlet Buzzsport, as cited by Inside Futbol, report that Kean would like to stay at PSG.

In a recent interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, as cited by GFFN, Kean said he has been “welcomed with open arms” at PSG:

“I feel good in Paris, they welcomed me with open arms, I was not expecting that. Here people are warmer with their teammates, there is a big joy, a joy to play, we have fun. We are all young but very talented. Here you can only learn.”

“[Kylian Mbappe and Neymar] are two of the best attackers in existence. It is good to play with them. I have always dreamed of arriving at the top, to play at the highest level.

“[Mauricio Pochettino] is a very good manager. He makes us work hard but we know why, he is trying to give everyone confidence. And that is the most important thing, at least what I was looking for. He does not consider age, merely the values on the pitch. And that has helped me a lot to grow up.”

Meanwhile, Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has insisted that Seamus Coleman has a contract “forever” with the Toffess:

“I don’t think we have to talk about the contract.

“The contract that Seamus has with the club and this team is forever.

“It doesn’t mean one-year long or two years long. Seamus’ contract with Everton is forever.”

Everton were five games without a win in the league prior to their 1-0 win over Arsenal last weekend. Ancelotti said after that win that they still have “possibilities” to qualify for Europe this season.

He added: “For two or three games, we have been playing better.

“We are more solid and have more options in the squad.

“Against Crystal Palace and Tottenham and Brighton we were not able to win, but I said to the players to keep fighting because we still had possibilities (to qualify for Europe) and we still have possibilities.”